WoRMS source details

Petersen, M.E. (1998). Pholoe (Polychaeta: Pholoidae) from northern Europe: a key and notes on the nearshore species. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K. 78(4): 1373-1376
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Pholoe anoculata Hartman, 1965 (basis of record)
Pholoe assimilis Örsted, 1845 (additional source)
Pholoe inornata Johnston, 1839 (additional source)
Pholoe minuta (Fabricius, 1780) (additional source)
Pholoe pallida Chambers, 1985 (additional source)
Pholoe tuberculata Southern, 1914 accepted as Pholoe baltica Örsted, 1843 (source of synonymy)
Danish Exclusive Economic Zone for Pholoe baltica Örsted, 1843 
Danish Exclusive Economic Zone for Pholoe pallida Chambers, 1985 
England for Pholoe inornata Johnston, 1839 
Mediterranean Sea for Pholoe synophthalmica Claparède, 1868 
Norwegian Exclusive Economic Zone for Pholoe assimilis Örsted, 1845 
Scotland for Pholoe pallida Chambers, 1985 
Unknown type, geounit Naples, identified as Pholoe synophthalmica Claparède, 1868
Unknown type, geounit North East Coast of England, identified as Pholoe inornata Johnston, 1839
Unknown type, geounit Oeresund, identified as Pholoe baltica Örsted, 1843
Unknown type, geounit Oslofjord, identified as Pholoe assimilis Örsted, 1845

Pholoe cf anoculata of Christie, 1982 was in fact P. pallida, not P. anoculata as described by Hartman, 1965 [details]


Sometimes considered as a nomen nudum, synonymous with P. baltica[details]


Often treated as a junior synonym of Pholoe minuta, but this is based on misidentifications of the latter species [details]


Worms of the genus Pholoe are common and abundant in marine benthos. In northern Europe, 1 to 3 species may be ... [details]